Health Care Reform and You
The Affordable Care Act requires most people to have health insurance starting January 1, 2014. If you have questions about it, visit kp.org/reform often for news and updates.
Kaiser Permanente's Medicare Plans in California get Top Ratings in the Nation for the Second Straight Year
Only one health plan in California merits the maximum 5-star rating by the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for excellence in care and service. Read more about Kaiser Permanente's Medicare Plans in California that got top ratings in the nation for the second straight year.
You can also read more information about all of the accolades Kaiser Permanente has received in 2012.
Exceptional care at our Roseville Women & Children's Center
Why our Roseville Women & Children's Center is a Great Place to Have Your Baby
Take a closer look of our Roseville Women & Children's Center in this video and hear from some of our physicians and employees who provide compassionate and comprehensive care for our members every day at a facility that offers pediatric subspecialties, a neonatal intensive care unit, and our other excellent women and children’s services. You can also meet a local mother who can’t imagine having a baby anywhere but the Roseville Women & Children’s Center.
Roseville Women and Children's Center
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WALK TO THRIVE!
To help you enjoy the benefits of a good walk, Kaiser Permanente hosts Walk to Thrive, a walking club at the Westfield Galleria at Roseville. It’s a great way to stay fit and meet new people.
As a member of the walking club, you’ll have access to the Galleria in the morning before the stores open, so you can enjoy a peaceful, climate-controlled walking environment, with no traffic, no intersections to cross, and an easy-to-follow mile-long route through the mall.
Kaiser Permanente physicians and health professionals will lead regularly scheduled walks and host monthly health education seminars for those in the walking club. Visit kpwalktothrive.org, where you can also find a map of the mile-long route through the mall and a link to the free Every Body Walk walking app for your smartphone.
KP in the Community
Kaiser Permanente supports a range of activities to enrich the health of our communities. Through our local grants program, we support, strengthen, and enhance programs and organizations in the Greater Sacramento Area that address the health needs of our most vulnerable residents.
Through our sponsorship process, we support organizations that improve the health of the communities we serve and businesses that improve economic vitality and community growth and development.
To fully understand our new 2013 process and funding requirements, please refer to the Sponsorship Guide, and the Community Benefit grant programs guide. These guides will provide an overview of our funding priorities, and highlight application requirements and deadlines to apply.